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A pair of accused COVID-19 fraudsters on Tuesday denied price-gouging charges stemming from a purported scheme to resell 1 million personal protective masks at a 50% hike.
Confusion about Pierce Bainbridge's role in an airline class action mounted in recent days as a former Pierce attorney accused a one-time firm leader of potentially lying in court and another attorney representing the embattled partnership of trying to "intimidate" him into silence.
Schlichter Bogard & Denton LLP and two other firms will receive nearly $5.25 million in fees after a federal judge during a hearing Tuesday offered the attorneys representing Massachusetts Institute of Technology workers in an $18 million ERISA settlement a choice: take the deal or pay for a special master.
The New Jersey Supreme Court on Tuesday ousted a state judge for asking a sexual assault accuser whether she closed her legs and later joking about the case with his staff, siding with a special panel's determination that he should be removed from the bench.
Podhurst Orseck PA has been dropped from its bid to collect damages in a long-standing arbitration dispute in Mississippi federal court between U.S. shipbuilder Huntington Ingalls and Venezuela's Ministry of Defense after failing to file anything in the case for at least 11 years.